High Five: Berlin
Last month I was in Berlin for The Hive conference. The way airfares were, I decided to go ahead and stay for a week, knowing as long as I have myself, my computer and internet from time to time, I can work from anywhere. It was my second trip to Berlin, so I didn’t feel any pressure to see or do anything in particular other than sit in cafés, work and explore. I mean chai tea lattés are only 2,50Euro in Berlin, so I had to find an excuse to have as many as possible! And as always, I’ve mapped out my “high five” picks on Everplaces.
Mauerpark – weekend mornings hit up the flea market. Then every Sunday at 3pm “impromptu” karaoke (schedule on FB) takes place here. Great fun and awesome people watching.
Wander into a former bus depot area now covered an ever-changing graffiti park. Hidden inside there’s even a bar, café and climbing wall. Go explore!
Prater Garten (top image) is perfect for a summer night with friends. Nothing beats beers and brats at a German beer garden.
Click here to see my favorite places on the map.
There are a million guides out in the world, but of course you can’t do everything when you travel. So if you only have a limited time, these are my high five picks I’d recommend. Click here for more in the series.
The slow pace
June 28, 2012 at 3:39 pm //
Great post! I will remember it for my next visits to Berlin!